Bed wetting is quickly becoming a common problem in Australian households with up to 12% of seven year old children wetting their bed. And while the problem is often associated with children, many adults are experiencing bedwetting and keeping the problem under the covers.
Junia Kerr is the owner and operator of holistic salon, Sage Beauty, based in North Bondi. She shares her top ten beauty and wellness tips for the upcoming winter - how to glow, from the inside out.
Katherine Collette finds herself spending four ‘glorious weeks’ in an enormous Britz campervan, with inbuilt shower, toilet, oven, and even a microwave. Determined to turn her holiday into health retreat, here's her guide to navigating the country and attempting to stage your own health retreat among places better known for fishing.
Conceived and designed by Monique Smart, I’ve Got an Ow! is a highly practical aide-mémoire for parents to record their child’s health conditions, symptoms, illnesses, treatments, current medications, significant health events and more.
Consider yourself a healthy eater, but crave for something sweet most afternoons? Think that biscuit or sugary drink is doing you little or no harm? Think again. Sugar is a health-damaging “anti-nutrient”, with addictive properties that make it difficult to consume in small amounts, explains Victoria O'Sullivan.
Sandi Sieger chats to Dani Angel, founder of Scented Holistic Skincare and self-confessed wellness-aholic, about starting a natural skincare company, and why feeding your skin from the inside and outside is so important.
Tennis, and sport in general, is full of role models that are actually relatable and come in all shapes and sizes, argues Kait O'Callahan. She believes it's time we stopped idolising models and celebrities, and instead looked to healthy, fit sportswomen.
Wondering how you can keep your health during the festive season? Leading Sydney naturopath Victoria O'Sullivan outlines the top five healthy practices that will help compensate for a little indulgence this festive season.
Lorna Jane’s 2013 Move, Nourish, Believe diary is a powerful tool for women to use to be the best version of themselves - every day. Sandi Sieger shares why she loves it so much - and why she's going to need it more than ever in 2013.
How accurately and truthfully do we report what we eat? There is a large body of research reviewing how (in)accurately we self-report our diets, writes Ilona Nicola. Is that why we're so interested in reading about the diets of others? And does Pete Evans really activate his nuts?
The general public has next to no understanding of radiation and how dangerous it is - or is not. Kait O'Callahan knows this because she works as a radiographer and has encountered many panicked parents and patients.
Over a month ago, Kait O'Callahan wrote 'Switching Off The Smartphone...For Good'. Fresh off a three month road trip around the US, Kait decided her smartphone was sucking too much life out of her. So she gave it up. But how's she travelling now?